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you won't want to miss this season of #TheKardashians. we're back may 25 on @hulu, Disney+ internationally, and Star+ in Latin America. https://t.co/nphRygHdet
you won't want to miss this season of #TheKardashians. we're back may 25 on @hulu, Disney+ internationally, and Star+ in Latin America. https://t.co/z91Y7UQ6pY
April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness month. In 2019, we joined forces with @esrailian and @UCLAHealth to honor our father & establish the Robert G. Kardashian Center for Esophageal Health at UCLA. Since then, the program & its incredible team have helped countless patients, saved… https://t.co/ugXUhGzcfS
Richard Glossip needs our help, urgently! He has been on Oklahoma’s death row for 24 years for a crime he did not commit and is now scheduled to be executed on May 18th.
Please help this innocent man by calling the pardon board at 405-602-6437 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and… https://t.co/2ICVbCbPPC
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Now, the DOJ is trying to send him back to prison for the same crimes the judge sentenced him on.
Please read his story and share. https://t.co/8AUhdZC7ic
After hearing about the prosecutorial misconduct in the case, Trump gave Philip a commutation and let him come home to his family. He has focused on giving back and has been a law abiding, devoutly religious family man.
Philip served 4.5 years in prison- much of it in isolation in order to avoid abuse by guards and other prisoners while observing his devout religious beliefs.
Philip Esformes was convicted of 20 charges equaling $170k. The judge then used those charges along with charges a jury found him NOT guilty of and sentenced him to 20 years in prison and 43 million dollars in restitution and criminal asset forfeiture. https://t.co/Z7uFpYXgv2
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